Vadim Dukhanin, MD, MHS is an Assistant Scientist at the Department of Health Policy & Management, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Vadim is passionate about authentic patient engagement in healthcare, including meaningful patient and public voices in healthcare priority-setting and resource allocation, patient-reported outcome and experience measures, and strategies to more actively and effectively engage care partners in care delivery through shared access to patient portals. Vadim is a co-investigator on the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation(GBMF)-funded project "Developing a Patient-Reported Measure Set of Diagnostic Excellence" that tests a questionnaire for patients and their care partners to report their perspective of diagnostic excellence of a recent emergency department or urgent care facility visit. Vadim was also a co-investigator on GBMF-funded project "Patient-Reported Measures for Driving Diagnostic Excellence" that crafted a set of Roadmaps illustrating and guiding the development of goals and metrics that can be achieved with patient-reported measures of diagnostic excellence. Finally, Vadim was a co-investigator on the SIDM's co-funded project "Exploring and Addressing Diagnostic Error Disparities Related to Cognitive Reasoning Pitfalls" where the partnership between patients and researchers co-developed solutions to address diagnostic disparities that are currently being disseminated for implementation and tailoring.